Parental Involvement

How can I become involved in the school?

At Our Lady of the Rosary, parents are acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children, and are welcome to become involved in the life of the school.

Parent involvement opportunities include:

  • the Parents’ Association
  • swimming/athletics carnivals
  • sporting events
  • school excursions
  • liturgies
  • assisting in class across any curriculum area, including reading support
  • fundraising
  • the school fete

Below is a guide on what there is to be done and who to ask about getting involved:

Job to be done Who to ask What is expected
Class helper Class teacher Listening to reading, helping with Maths
Reading helper Class teacher Listening to children read on a regular basis
Maths groups Class teacher Helping supervise an activity with a group of children
Uniform shop Uniform co-ordinator Being rostered to sell second hand uniforms
Sausage sizzle days Parent association/ school Helping with cooking and serving
Swimming/athletics Teacher in charge Helping with the many jobs on the day
Fete (even years) Fete Co-ordinator Co-ordinating or helping on a stall
Library assistant Librarian Cataloguing, covering, tiding, book club, stock-take
Excursions Class teacher/learning support team Supervision
Sports trainer Sport teacher co-ordinator Training and supervising
Special home projects Principal Professional services
Tradesman contacts
Computer expertise
Arts/crafts demonstrators CAPA coordinator Running or helping an arts/crafts workshop
Parent association Parent Association president Attending meetings/participating in discussions
Other? Principal The sky’s the limit!

Please note: All volunteers working or wanting to work at the school on a particular day need to report to the school office daily. There you will be required to sign in and pick up your identification badge. At the end of the day please return the badge to the office and sign out. Thank you!

We look forward to working with parents in the education, care and support of their children.

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We welcome the contribution volunteers make to the life of our school.

As we are committed to keeping students safe, all volunteers in schools are required to complete the building child safe communities undertaking form and child protection training module before volunteering. These checks reduce potential risk and forms part of our strategy to build child safe communities.

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